Such a cutie! The Groove Stool from Area 51 Antiques.

Such a cutie! The Groove Stool from Area 51 Antiques.

Antique Swedish Side Table. Circa 1900. Constructed of pine and iron.

Antique Swedish Side Table. Circa 1900. Constructed of pine and iron.

1820.

Crystal inkwell with brass cap. England.

1820.

Crystal inkwell with brass cap. England.

Reclaimed furniture from Pineapples, Palms Etc., Jupiter, FL. Formed by Shelly Bascetta and Lisa Peterson in October of 2001. Pineapples, Palms, Etc. blends a special mix of vintage pieces with modern coastal furniture and unique accessories. The worn antiqued look brings so much character and “lived in” feel that its hard to bypass pieces like these.

Vintage Juicer turned Lamp? Yes! Love the repurposing of materials.

1950’s.
Bar Stool designed by Arthur Umanoff made in U.S.A. Wrought iron frames, wood slat seats and rush backing.

1950’s.

Bar Stool designed by Arthur Umanoff made in U.S.A. Wrought iron frames, wood slat seats and rush backing.

1912.

American Industrial Ornamental nickel-plated adjustable lynne portable lamp with weighted cast iron base. Designed and patented by Anker S. Lyhne in 1911, Bridgeport, CT. Ornament consists of palm leaves and scrollwork. Original socket casing contains a yellow brass bryant key socket rewired with period appropriate braided cloth cord.

1954.

Gilda Arm Chair by Carlo Mollino. Oak dyed ash frame. Bronzed brass hardware. Four position adjustable seat. Polyurethane heat cound polyester fibre upholstery with suspension on steel springs. Leather cover.

1954.

Gilda Arm Chair by Carlo Mollino. Oak dyed ash frame. Bronzed brass hardware. Four position adjustable seat. Polyurethane heat cound polyester fibre upholstery with suspension on steel springs. Leather cover.

1902.
Calvet Mirror by Antoni Gaudi (1852-1926). Varnished solid oak.

1902.

Calvet Mirror by Antoni Gaudi (1852-1926). Varnished solid oak.

1950’s.
Gorgeous armchair by British born architect and furniture designer, T.H. Robsjohn Gibbings. Ebony finished wood frame with a black, white and grey woven wool.

1950’s.

Gorgeous armchair by British born architect and furniture designer, T.H. Robsjohn Gibbings. Ebony finished wood frame with a black, white and grey woven wool.